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Australian made Austrol switches from NHP

12-07-2011
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When it comes to heavy duty limit switches, there is no substitute for quality locally made products.

NHP is proud of its tough range of Austrol Heavy Duty Limit Switches that are engineered and manufactured in Australia, to suit Australian conditions.

The quality range of Austrol Type 77 limit switches, designed for heavy-duty applications, offer two models:

  • Hatchway Limit Switch (77HL)
  • Track Limit Switch (77TL)

With proven reliability in adverse conditions thanks to their durable cast construction (hatchway- cast aluminium, track-cast iron), the Austrol Type 77 limit switches are also weatherproof and dustproof to IP54.

An oil impregnated bearing means lubrication is not required and the iron operating lever is adjustable to any angular position.

Another feature of these high quality limit switches is that the contacts are manufactured in fine silver for improved reliability and reduced possibility of oxidation.

NHP Electrical Engineering Pty Ltd
Ph: 03 9429 2999 
www.nhp.com.au

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